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The Comb in the Urinal and Other Perplexities of Life
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"The Comb in the Urinal" is sixteen short stories recounting scenarios about inanimate objects that I have come upon in my travels and what human circumstances occurred t..  
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Can't you say it, without a lot of fluff and so many words? Yes I can, but this at the moment is such a joy and this are my initial efforts after all.

Let there be light, planets, universes, galaxies and beyond. Segregate life, in every form and in every aspect as I have provided provision and planned, I command that it exist and be, ... now!!!

As an example, I suppose that God could have said or spoke, the world, and all that is into being in a way that was an economy of words., But he didn't do it in that specific instance. I do remember in one moment where Jesus interrupted Niccodemous in mid sentence in an apparent attempt to get to the point.

I think in all God said and in all that he has done he knew all if it, would be examined and scrutinized for any possible insight and meaning, but in he having said what he said or to have it be interpreted to us as we have it has been and is referenced, I have to imagine that a perfect mind accomplishes the desired purpose.

The economy of words is nice, necessary and desired in an informational manual, an office memo, or in business communication, which is curiously where you are least likely to find it.

But in trying to convey an idea, in my poems, stories, books or to share a thought in my writings, is done in a effort to reach the heart and to stir the spirit. It is not to get to the point, but to love the moments of being in the moment of connecting with the reader, and to have the pleasure of expressing the thought, in a way that takes them there again and again in a verbal estacy and in an perpetual intellectual orgasm.

In the arrogance of my present mind, I hope not to write vanilla, and would suggest readers read the operational manuals for that experience. At this point while I hope to not over state the situation either. I think people experience their life, co existence and even participate in relationships in a smothering world of deafening noise of all the things they would rather not hear or that they are relegated to try glean from one word answers, or passive aggressive non communication exercises all the confirmation, assurances, information and communication they need and hope for most.

Still in the universes upon universes of possibilities, plots, imaginations and personal growth I may have characters, scripts, books and more, that writes or speaks with a economy of words. If for instance that character is presented in contrast to other characters or as a change of pace, but the gist of it is, my readers will read my efforts to get their fix for passion, emotional stimulation and an impassioned point of view that I offer just like they would in turn read Stephen King for the horror fix that he provided in some of his works.

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